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Tesla Model S Batteries Cleared by NHTSA

3/31/2014 12:05 PM EDT
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DrQuine
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DrQuine   4/2/2014 6:03:35 PM
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It is interesting to see the next steps being taken by Tesla. Apparently they have "changed the software that raises and lowers the car based on its speed to increase the default ground clearance." [USA Today March 28, 2014].

Tesla will also "install a 'triple underbody shield' made of titanium and aluminum to the underside of all Tesla vehicles to further assuage worried buyers. They'll even retrofit previous models for existing owners." [The Wire, March 28, 2014]

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Robertbrad   3/31/2014 3:05:49 PM
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Tesla is leading in the market as Elon has high hopes with its project and is thinking of expansion by reaching global markets http://j.mp/1jsrXun

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